Turkish police use tear gas against anti-war protesters
Thursday, October 04, 2012 - 00:41
Oct. 4 - Turkish police use tear gas to disperse a small group of anti-war demonstrators approaching parliament, as Turkey uses artillery against Syrian targets for a second day. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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Around 30 anti-war protesters marching towards the Turkish parliamen in Ankara are stopped by riot police using tear gas.
The demonstration comes as deputies debate a motion that could authorise military action in Syria.
This comes after Syrian artillery killed five members of the same family in Turkey, and Ankara responded by hitting targets in a Syrian border town for the second day on Thursday.
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